Mathieu Buchler is a multi-faceted artist and academic from Luxembourg, known for his diverse roles as a photographer, writer, and educator. He is also a co-founder of Mnemozine, a dynamic art and research collective.
In his work, Mathieu delves into the realms of philosophy, photography, and art theory, offering a unique blend of insights and creative exploration. He is an essayist and public speaker, often sharing his ideas on the intersections of philosophy, photography, and art theory with audiences.
Mathieu's significant involvement in Mnemozine extends his role as the main editor, where he contributes to shaping a critical platform for experiments in both theoretical and practical aspects of the art practice and research.
With a solid educational background in continental philosophy from University College Dublin and Freie Universität Berlin, his studies have focused on German idealism and deconstruction. This academic foundation underpins his deep engagement with the philosophical framework of the art and creative world, placing him at the pivotal point of theory and practice.